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Environmental context. It is practicable to remediate chlorobenzene-contaminated groundwater by in situ chemical oxidation. This study shows highly efficient degradation of chlorobenzene by an Fe-based process in a wide range of pH values. The technology is feasible for the removal of chlorobenzene from aqueous solutions and is appropriate for remediation of groundwater.

Environmental context. Chlorinated chemicals are priority contaminants that pose significant risk to human health, and require state-of-the-art sampling techniques for varying matrices. A soil-gas sampling method was developed for the quantification of vapours of trichloroethene, a major chlorinated contaminant, present just above the groundwater zone. The method addresses sampling times, volumes and low-level trichloroethene concentrations.

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